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White-bellied Sneeloph
About the White-bellied Sneeloph

The White-bellied Sneeloph

  • Two feet long
  • Digs with its claws
  • Eats underground insects
  • Night vision
  • Has a trunk
About the White-bellied Sneeloph

Here are twelve drawings picked by our habitats expert:

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Expert Review

I chose these spectacular habitats for the sneeloph because they each provide food, water, and shelter for the animals and their babies. Here's what's so fabulous about them:

Finding food:

In tbuggcookat's habitat, sneelophs love to eat cherries off trees with their trunks. PenguinLand's sketch has the queen sneeloph's soldiers storing bugs for winter. To find food in Mtoes1999's habitat, the sneeloph goes underwater, scratches at loose rocks, and then waits in a cave for its prey.

Finding shelter:

A shallow hole with a covering of dry leaves and twigs is the sneeloph's shelter in pottermon's habitat sketch. Holes in the sand and in the mountains are where kasha101's sneelophs dwell and stay safe. The sneeloph in ljmeli's habitat uses camouflage to blend in with its foliage home and confuses water predators because its white belly looks like the moon's reflection.

Raising babies:

Babies are raised on lily pads in hypr's sneeloph habitat sketch. AussiePup drew the sneeloph's nest under a canopy of leaves, where bushes hide the entrance to whether re babies are raised. Sneelophs in ashdraft2002's habitat have babies in a clearing with twigs around them.

Getting water:

Gemini87's sneelophs get water from a river made by melting ice on the mountain, while marymoocow has sneelophs getting water from a lake and superstar12345 has sneelophs getting water from a pond.

Each of these habitats has everything these animals need to live. Superb job!

Twyla Woznik
Esteemed biologist and top expert on habitats in imaginary West Upper Minutia